Artist Opportunities

Organizations may submit a call for art to be listed on this page.

To be featured, please send pertinent information including name of opportunity, important dates, image, and website with more information to Melissa Kuscin at

artist opportunities
Take Me Home Tonight!
Small Works Sale | Fri, Dec. 2 5:30-8:30pm

Take Me Home is a small works show with TWO pre-determined dimensions that are fun to create and even more exciting to buy! With a ONE NIGHT ONLY Opening Fundraiser Event on Friday December 2nd, art lovers can snag anonymously hung works of art for KILLER deals. Your participation means FlemingtonDIY gets to support you as artists and you get to support and help continue to create the amazing, sustainable all volunteer-run nonprofit that is FlemingtonDIY .

The show will remain hanging for the remainder of December with the opportunity to buy, but after the opening night, all prices will be available for purchase at prices set  by the artist and their names will be revealed. How much higher will the price go??? How will the price change after the opening???


Opening Night Fundraiser: Friday, December 2, 2022: 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Location: FlemingtonDIY, 26 Stangl Rd, Flemington NJ 08822


1. ALL work must be available for purchase. Artists will receive 60% of purchase price. FlemingtonDIY will retain 40% to further its mission of providing an inclusive art space that engages the community with the burgeoning local arts scene, inspires social change, and invigorates the local economy. 

2. Artwork must adhere strictly to the outer dimensions listed in the information below (please be aware that outer dimensions include the width of frame, if framed)

3. Artists must pre-register all work online by November 15th. Online registration details will be made available shortly.

4. When you pre-register, please be prepared to provide all artwork details for anything you are considering providing. This does not commit you to including all that are pre-registered, it just helps us prepare.

5. Artworks must be dropped-off or delivered at any of the following three times:

Saturday Nov. 26 from 12-2pm
Monday Nov. 28 from 6-8pm
Tuesday Nov. 29 from 1-6pm

6. Participating artists may enter a maximum of 3 works.

7. Artwork must be delivered ready to hang (i.e. paper works must be framed or mounted and ALL WORKS must be WIRED)

8. Artwork will hang until Dec. 22nd. Artists must pick up their work before Dec. 29th!
Times for pick up: Thursday Dec. 22nd, Tues Dec. 27th + Thursday Dec. 29th from 3-6pm.

Are you in?! We really hope you will join us in making the first Take Me Home Tonight an amazing success by providing a work of art, or two, or three.

Please feel free to email to let us know if you’re planning to participate, and with any questions.

ARTISTS RECEIVE 60% (of all purchases)

Flemington DIY
Receives 40% (for each work sold)
Thank you for supporting our 100% volunteer-run, non-profit!


Hunterdon Art Museum invites applications to our first triennial juried exhibition of ceramics. The form and content of your work will be up to you,  the artist/maker. We are seeking lively and interesting interpretations of clay as material and idea. Your work may – or may not – fall within the traditional terms of description as “functional” or “sculptural”.

Jennifer D. Martin is the Executive Director of The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, and is also an accomplished artist. Her ceramic work is nationally recognized in numerous exhibitions and publications. is the Executive Director of The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, and is also an accomplished artist. Her ceramic work is nationally recognized in numerous exhibitions and publications.

Submission Deadline
Wednesday, February 2
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We are excited to host our 2nd annual Christmas Market at the Bryon Barn in Plainsboro NJ. The 2022 Market will take place the 1st weekend of December. 
Friday, Dec 2, 4-8pm
Saturday, Dec 3 – 10am – 8pm
Sunday, Dec 4 – 10am – 4pm
We’re adding a Juniors Market – youth 10-18 years – can present their products (more details below). 
DEADLINE: Applications are due by Friday, November 4. 


Midnight ravers, all-nighters, night owls, nighthawks, “last call”… or is this just the beginning? Vestige Concept Gallery wants to know what happens long after the sun goes down. After Hours seeks to showcase works of art that feature nightlife and/or, life, at night. Works can be non-representational and emotive of the feelings of after hours (sultry, dark, cool) or, could be figurative and representational about people, bars and nightclubs, speakeasys, smoky lounges, filled with musicians: jazz, blues, soul, rock, hip-hop… to late night diners, taking the El-train, taxis, drag, drag racing, street life, gangsters, graffiti, hookups, drinking, sex, nudes, parties, and drugs. Have a nightcap and catch the red-eye. (But remember, keep it classy!)

Call Name: After Hours
Host: Vestige Concept Gallery
Where: 5417 Butler Street, Pittsburgh, PA, 15201
Email questions:
Show Runs: 01/07/2023 – 2/12/2023
“After Hours” In-Person opening reception party will be held Saturday, January 7th, 2023 at 6 PM.

DEADLINE To Apply: 12/17/2022
Eligibility: 18+ USA and Canada

Application Link and Full Details:
Show Website Page:

About the Gallery:
Vestige Concept Gallery specializes in curated monthly mixed exhibition opportunities that appeal to a diverse range of artists, audiences, and buyers. Located in Lawrenceville, the new cultural heart of Pittsburgh, PA, the Gallery seeks to showcase the best of emerging and professional artist talent from across North America, and sell work at affordable prices through promotions and in-person events.

Artist Residency 

Trinity Church Artist Studio Residency 2023-2024 

Trinity Church in Asbury Park, NJ is offering a studio space for one artist for one year beginning Spring 2023. Trinity Church, a progressive Episcopal congregation, is committed to social justice including food justice, racial justice and housing justice as well as supporting LGBTQ+ communities. 

The artist, emerging or established, will be selected by International Arrivals, whose core mission is to support artists from countries in conflict or whose identities are at risk. International Arrivals will co-host an event with the artist at Trinity Church, NJ. 

For more information please visit International Arrivals website:

DEADLINE for application:  January 15, 2023

The Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Emergency Grant program is intended to provide interim financial assistance to qualified painters, printmakers, and sculptors whose needs are the result of an unforeseen, catastrophic incident, and who lack the resources to meet that situation. Each grant is given as one-time assistance for a specific emergency, examples of which are fire, flood, or emergency medical need.

To be eligible for this program, an artist must be able to demonstrate a minimum involvement of ten years in a mature phase of his or her work. Artists must work in the disciplines of painting, sculpture or printmaking. Each application will be reviewed by the Directors, who will exercise their discretion in considering it, and will determine the amount of each award. Applicants should note there is a set amount appropriated for these grants each fiscal year; once this budgetary limit has been reached, the Foundation will not be able to judge any additional requests on their merits.

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No deadline.

Our Artist Residency program assists talented, self-directed and committed artists in the creation of work. The program provides necessary financial support, access to high-end facilities, and proper technical assistance and education. Our hope is to create a transformative experience that enriches the individual artist and the community of PPAC.

Each individual residency will be one month long. Timing is flexible, but the proposed project must occur within the residency term of October 1, 2020 to June 1, 2021.

The month-long residency should be used to advance your artistic practice in a meaningful way. Artists may submit proposals that include the continuation/completion of work already in process or the creation of new work.


Our local artists are the heart and soul of this community. That’s why Herald Publishing, which owns both River Towns Magazine and the Bucks County Herald, is so passionate about supporting local artists and helping to sustain a thriving arts community. It is that same passion that led to the creation of the Art of the River Towns Juried Show and Sale, co-chaired by Pearl and Chuck Mintzer, and the creation of this new online sales gallery. We didn’t want the postponement of the show until October, or what’s happening with our local economy generally to impede our efforts to generate sales for our artists.

In the coming weeks and months, this commitment will be translated into a significant level of marketing and promotional support for the online sales gallery—geared to promote sales of your work. All local artists are welcome to submit work. These are tough times for everyone, including our artists. For this reason, we are inviting all local artists, not just those whose work was selected by our jury for the Art of the River Towns Show, to submit work for sale on our Art of the River Towns Online Sales Gallery.

Learn more and submit your work.


Administered by Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, state fellowship programs provide funding for individual artists residing in Delaware and New Jersey to encourage and sustain these artists’ pursuit of artistic excellence.

Individual NJ-based artists must apply following the process outlined in the guidelines for New Jersey. At the annual deadline for these programs, a limited number of disciplines are accepted. All applications to these competitive programs are evaluated through a peer panel review process.

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DEADLINE: Vary upon opportunity

The Princeton Area Community Foundation administers a number of special awards to recognize achievement and dedication in our community. The Rebecca Annitto’s Service Opportunities for Students (SOS) Fund Internship Award and our Diana Rochford Memorial Fund Service Award give high school students the chance to have meaningful summer employment at nonprofits.

The Thomas George Artists Fund Award helps support young artists immediately following college graduation, and the Leslie “Bud” Vivian Memorial Fund Award recognizes community members who have spent years making this region a better place to live.
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DEADLINE: Varying upon award